Goal: Work to build multiple and overlapping communities of learners in our district who have knowledge, expertise and/or interest in the hardware and software and services that our district is supporting. Help those communities to begin to learn from each other and to support each other in their teaching and learning. As best as I […]Read More Goal #1 – Build Community
Today’s podcast is a short reflection on my learning experiences today, as well as some seriously first draft thinking about information and knowledge. As always, I hope the conversation continues. Links The Colorado TIE Conference Tom Woodward The form – share your presence tools! Chatterous – TwitterChat Dave Cormier – “Rhizomatic Education: Community as Curriculum” […]Read More The Podcast: Of Information & Knowledge
Beginning today, I’m going to be co-facilitating my school district’s CyberCamp, a two-week summer institute focused on teachers building projects that help them to integrate technology into their classrooms. You won’t see me much here, but I do hope you’ll join us over at CyberCamp’s digital HQ as we do some intense learning and thinking […]Read More I’m Off at CyberCamp. Come Join Us.
I didn’t want to let too much time go by before responding to Doug’s post, and the others that have followed it, but I haven’t have time for a thorough response. There’s plenty of thoughtfulness in the posts and comments, but I did just want to state, again, that I’m pretty sure an awful lot […]Read More There Isn’t Just One
I don’t think for a moment that blogging is going away. In fact, I’m surprised by how quickly some folks seem to embrace that. (I wonder if it’s because blogging is hard. I’d like to give up plenty of hard things – but I won’t because they’re good for me.) Ryan Bretag […]Read More The Death of Blogging is Greatly Exaggerated
I’m writing this morning from the first general session of T+L, listening to the multitude of announcements that usually make up the bulk of first such sessions at conferences everywhere. So far, I’ve seen some cool student PSAs. I’m looking forward to a few days of conversation with colleagues from my […]Read More T+L Day 1
A little while back, I was offered some invitations to the collaborative site YouFig, currently in private beta. I was and still am intrigued by the idea of a social network built to foster small group collaboration. I’m not sure, though, if there’s enough within the site to keep me going back, as […]Read More A Social Network for Collaboration